Four cases where React Native app development works like magic!

Four cases where React Native app development works like magic!

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Posted On: 02 Jan 2021

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Most enterprises, companies or brands looking to build a mobile application have a first-hand question – should we build a native app by hiring developers, or should we opt for a hybrid, cross platform solution? A cross platform application gives obvious advantages, but could also be slow, unimpressive UI/UX or even lesser features. Not anymore! Some of the most popular application development companies, offer React Native App Development in Hyderabad - Using which, you can develop applications that give the best of both worlds – native apps that look good, feel great and have cross platform flexibility.

Using React Native, developer can create nimble applications for the web, iOS, Android and more using the same framework – saving precious time and money!

Of course, React Native has its own share of downsides, but there are advantages that can make React Native advantageous. Today, many giants including Airbnb, Instagram and Facebook have taken note of React Native and have increasingly developed amazing applications using it.

Here are four scenarios where React Native works like magic

1. Working models

Most mobile applications-built need and start out as frameworks or prototypes. React Native allows you to build fast, to scale applications with a supper quick to market time frame.

In today’s world, agility is key. React Native enables creation of agile applications that can hit the market earlier, scale faster, get feedback, improve and iterate – with much lesser time and money.

React Native is the answer to building working models that can run on both Android and iOS with 70% the time to build a native application.

The beauty of a React Native app is, that it give a rich UI/UX feel similar to a native app.

So if you are looking at going live fast, but want to evolve based on consumer feedback, React Native is a definite go for you.

2. Data heavy applications

React Native uses native Java or OOP C code, while the whole logic runs on JavaScript. Native applications have a rich UI/UX and are a great customer experience, which React Native apps can easy emulate.

When it comes to React Native app building, there is something that needs attention, While Java code and the business logic using JavaScript are independently fast, when put together they need a bridge to communicate, creating a bit of a jam on the bridge, slowing it down – especially in streaming or data heavy application.

Also, many JavaScript based UI components communicating affects performance.

This brings us to the point of a React Native mobile app optimization, which misses the point of the faster to market factor.

The whole underlying point is, if your brand/company/enterprise uses less interactions and streaming, or is not data heavy React Native is godsent.

3. Basic cross-platform apps

We aren’t going to glorify React Native and its brilliance, simply because it is a great choice to go completely native when you application demands intense audio/video processing or multi-threading.

But, if you are running on a tight schedule and budget, want to test your native app to a limited test population before ging fully blown, React Native can help you there.

It is also a great test case for apps across platforms. So it will save you the pain point of building separate prototypes for each platform. Also if you have an existing React based application and are looking to improve on it, RN apps reuse code beautifully.

The RN community is also very quick to respond, and you can expect scaling, bug fixes faster. So, you have speed, reuse and strong community backed debugging and quicker scaling on your hands with React Native.

4. Apps without heavy use of native APIs

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This is a friendly warning. If your application is dependent on API that are inherently native like GPS or video streaming React Native would help much. You would need to write a lot of bridge code, which would only slow down the application as mentioned earlier and rely on a lot of native development.

React Native is essentially a framework that builds a hierarchy of UI components whose aim is to buil organise JavaScript code. It also has pre-packaged elements that you can choose from to plug and play depending on your application.

Using react Native with NodeJS is increasingly gaining popularity, to help create really good-looking applications.

Wrapping up

Experts from the React Native App Development Services in Hyderabad community are of the opinion that you can build React Native apps which can substitute the need for native apps in many cases.
But if you need an application that processes constant video or audio content or uses a lot of native APIs like e-commerce or delivery, a native build is the right choice.

What React Native does is promote the concept of RAD or Rapid Application Development – which makes sure developers save on time, reduce code repetition but deliver stable applications. Still, React Native is a great choice if your business calls for a quick cross platform app delivery, or test a new Start-Up idea or gauge consumer pulse. 

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